TALL Grid Tennis Skirt
Tall version. I'm going back to 505, if it's a seven hour flight or a forty-five minutes drive... just so I can finally wear that skirt that totally reminds me of Tumblr era.
Weronika is 185cm (6'1) tall, chest: 110cm, waist: 80cm, hips: 100cm, and she's wearing size XL.
- tall version
- bodycon fit
- high waisted
- hidden zipper on the side
- non-translucent fabric
- 100% polyester
- handmade in Poland
I'm going back to 505, if it's a seven hour flight or a forty-five minutes drive...
Is it just us, or is it the sweater weather moment again?
Channeling grunge, this ultimately cute grid tennis belt skirt features the most unique grid pattern over a woven, thick fabric.
It features high waisted tight fit, flowy bottom and hidden zipper on the side.
Handsewn in Poland.
Material: 100% polyester
Basis weight: 250g/m²
We've made this skirt out of very durable, non-stretchy fabric.
Wash it inside out in 30°C with other black items. We don't recommend tumble drying. Iron on the left side.
|DELIVERY TIME||SHIPPING COST|
|Europe||3 - 10 working days||from €10|
|USA, Canada||14 - 20 working days||from €12|
|Australia||3 - 10 working days||from €50|
|Rest of the world||10 - 30 working days||from €12|
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SKYDANCE is a small family run business from Poland. We are a registered business, pay all taxes, and operate according to Polish law. We produce locally, using Polish suppliers and domestic manufacturers. Our prices actually reflect the quality & work we put into creating our items. The largest percentage of our prices covers production costs. Right after them - all kinds of legal fees and taxes. In third place are fixed costs (renting warehouse space, hiring employees, etc.). Then the margin - which allows us to make more one-of-a-kind clothes!